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How students built Ireland's first satellite


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How students built Ireland's first satellite


Ireland’s upcoming EIRSAT-1 mission is already achieving its ambition of empowering a new generation of Irish space scientists and engineers.

For nearly six years, dozens of students at University College Dublin (UCD) have worked to design, assemble and test the shoebox-sized CubeSat, as part of an ESA-backed programme.

The mission – which could launch this year – is packed with novel, custom-made technology, including an advanced instrument that will probe the early Universe.

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